Arts & Culture

5 May 2008
Nesting Dolls, Vodka, and Underpants Premium
Russians can buy nearly anything with Vladimir Putin’s name or face on it. But will he take his place in the country’s secular pantheon?
By Aleksandr Kolesnichenko
 
8 February 2008
The Art of Conflict Premium
Artists from Kosovo touch a nerve at a sensitive time in Serbian politics.
By Dominic Swire
 
6 February 2008
Neither Heroes nor Villains Premium
Ukrainians still are divided by a common history experienced and narrated in opposite ways.
By Mykola Riabchuk
 
21 January 2008
Zooming In Premium
A reluctant Vietnamese migrant to the Czech Republic writes her own success story with a camera.
By Nada Strakova
 
16 January 2008
The Fires of Faith Premium
The greatest threat to western Ukraine’s distinctive religious art and architecture may come from the faithful themselves.
By Oksana Forostyna
 
24 October 2007
Super Conductor Premium
In a resurgent Russia, Valery Gergiev aims to make sure the country’s overlooked music also gets its due.
By Galina Stolyarova
 
12 October 2007
Rewind and Fast-Forward Premium
The post-Soviet era has allowed Central Asian countries to rediscover their traditional art forms and to experiment with new ones.
By Rafis Abazov
 
11 October 2007
New Pain From an Old Wound Premium
Reactions to Romania’s most feted film in years suggest that on some topics, there’s still a need for a post-Ceausescu catharsis.
By Sinziana Demian
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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